A correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria, who was at the park at about 7am on Saturday, reports that more than 30 patrol vehicles belonging to the Nigeria Police, Department of State Services, Lagos State Task Force and OP MESA (military) were parked around.
The government said the restrictions of trailers and trucks may be pegged from 9pm to 6am.
The command’s Public Enlightenment/Public Relations Officer, Paul James, confirmed the development in a statement on Wednesday.
The EFCC boss made the pledge when the Chairman of the FRC, Victor Muruako, and his management team paid a courtesy visit to him at the EFCC headquarters, Jabi, Abuja during the week.
The Federal Road Safety Corps, Osun State Command, in a statement on Saturday by its Special Education Officer, Agnes Ogungbemi, said the accident occurred along Gbongan-Ibadan route at 9:05pm.
Babatunde Akinbiyi, the Spokesperson for Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps, confirmed the development to the News Agency of Nigeria in Abeokuta.
A statement by Bisi Kazeem, Assistant Corps Marshal and Corps Public Education Officer, said the agency is “presently not recruiting; neither is there any list of shortlisted candidates published on any platform whatsoever”.
The pioneer Chairman of the FRSC Board, Prof. Wole Soyinka, saw road safety campaign as an inevitable activity that must be undertaken to keep the roads safer. He described FRSC as “a preventive medicine”.
Earlier, FRSC Sector Commander in Ogun, Ahmed Umar, confirmed the incident to the News Agency of Nigeria, saying that it occurred at about 6.20 a.m.
The FRSC Sector Commander in Ogun State, Ahmed Umar, who confirmed the incident to the News Agency of Nigeria, said the explosion occurred at about 6:20am
Olusegun Aladenika, the Ore Unit Commander of the Corps, told the News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday in Ore, Ondo State, that the measure was to save more lives and property on the highways.
Joseph Akinsanya, the Ifo Unit Commander of the corps, condemned the attacks in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Ota, Ogun.
A statement by the command ‘s Spokesperson, Agnes Ogungbemi, in Osogbo, said that 16 persons, 14 males and two females were involved in the accident.
The Sector Commander, Yusuf Abdullahi, who confirmed the accident, said that 10 others were seriously injured in the crash, involving a Peugeot 406 car and a Toyota Hiace bus.
Gambari said this was to enable them defend themselves against criminal elements when on duty.
The FRSC Corps Marshal, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, disclosed this in an interactive session between the Nigerian Shippers’ Council, the FRSC and haulage operators on Monday in Lagos.
The SON state coordinator, Niger State Office1, Minna, Hauwa Yusuf disclosed that the products destroyed needed to be taken away from the market as they are harmful to the public.
This was confirmed in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Monday in Abuja by the FRSC Sector Commander, Samuel Ochi.
The suit instituted by Victor Umoh, Edet Inyang, B.U Abia and Bassey Odom as claimants also had the Zonal Command Officer and the Sector Commander, Calabar as second and third defendants respectively.
The Corps Marshal prays for the repose of the souls of the gallant officer and those of other officers and crew who died in the same ghastly air crash.